This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
You can drag and drop to rearrange.
You can edit widgets to customize them.
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Some widgets you can only access when you get Core Membership.
Some widgets have options that are only available when you get Core Membership.
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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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I saw this dream that I felt compelled to illustrate in vector format. I know it's weird that all of my art ideas come to me in different styles, believe me I know how hard it is to get visibility with my art that keeps changing all the time. However I feel like it would be dishonest of me to try to do all of my pictures in one way because I'm here just to make these things to exist I don't feel like it would be respectful for my creativity to try to dress it up in a certain way when it wants to be seen in my pieces. I'm just a helping hand here not the editor and certainly not the driver.
A gift I did for this man's birthday party. Can you guess what the theme was?
I was very lucky to finish it in time since I got the most insane arm pain right after it was done. I could hardly draw for a week. Gym is useful but sometimes downright dangerous. Watch your bench press techniques people, Let me be the warning example.
I knew this would be printed in a huge scale so I spent a ton of time making sure the surfaces had a lot of brushwork to look at. I really enjoy doing that stuff even if it takes a long time.
I think my whole last year was a complete rollercoaster ride. I don't think I've worked so hard in my life. The games I worked on were incredibly different and jumping between polar opposite visual styles. Was like doing paint-yoga for 12 months non-stop.
So where am I now after it's all shipped and on sale? Feeling very proud because Resogun really is fantastic and when playing it I can feel all the love we put into it's game design and aesthetics.
Also I'm dead tired... and kind of lost.
I spent so much time focused on achieving the goals I set for myself at work that now that I achieved them there's suddenly this big void of nothing. I think I work pretty well under pressure but when I'm not "driven" by a goal that I feel passionate about like that I unravel like toilet paper in the wind.
Yes the obvious thing is to focus on next games. However I feel like I kind of need more substance in my life. I just have no idea what that might be so my plan is to:
A) give myself a bit time off to just be for once, maybe even reconnect with people I haven't seen in ages B) explore things I could do with my art.
I feel like doing a small visual project would be fun at this point. When creating a whole world for a game you can feel a bit hollow afterwards because it's probably 2 to 3 years of your life that you've spent in a completely fictional space. Doing something smaller right now would probably feel like less risky for my soul. It needs to mend before it can give again.